Royal Caribbean Radiance of The Seas Review

Royal Caribbean Radiance Of The Seas

Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas is one of their Radiance Class of ships whose characteristics include soaring panoramic views, loads of natural light and floor to ceiling windows to allow the ocean to be the star of the show. Even while in the elevators you don’t have to compromise on the views, as the glass elevators face the sea and are found in the glass encased 9- storey atrium.

With all of this light and sweeping views, it is no wonder Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas is used on Alaska cruises from Vancouver. Cruising the inside passage, The Hubbard Glacier and the Icy Straits from a ship with the views of the Radiance means that breathtaking scenery is everywhere you look. Alaska cruise deals for 2013 start on this ship from just $628pp., with two sailing dates in each of the months of May-August. This 7 night cruise takes you Northbound to the majesty of Alaska from the beautiful coast of British Columbia and includes stops in Juneau, Ketchikan and Skagway.

Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas has been totally refurbished and now includes brand new dining options. With Izumi Asian Cuisine, Giovanni’s Table for Italian fare, Samba Grill, Rita’s Cantina for Mexican favorites, and 2 new dining packages that combine restaurants and wine selections offered onboard not to mention the Park Café, Boardwalk Doghouse and of course the main dining room and you are spoiled for choice. You will never be without something to do on board, either. The rock climbing wall, pools, mini golf, basketball court, jogging track, casino, poolside movies, Broadway style entertainment, duty free shopping, spa, solarium and the fitness center all provide guests with activities galore.

Like all cruise ships, Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas does have a few cabins that have partially obstructed views, but for the most part they are scattered around on the many decks and are mainly found towards the back of the ship. Therefore, the best cabins are the ones that are more toward the middle and front of the ship if you want that perfect view. For guests with disabilities, there are several accessible rooms right near the elevators on many of the guest room decks. Generally the elevators run in the middle of the ship for easy access from both ends, so if you want a room in close proximity bear that in mind when you make your cabin selection.

With plenty of Royal Caribbean deals, and destinations like Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific, Hawaii and the impressive

  • With a Royal Caribbean Alaska cruise to consider, the glorious Radiance of the Seas is one ship that can take you there in style, with views galore, plenty to see and do and a memorable time onboard before you even get to your cruise destination.